The prolific goal scorer played in the last five league matches for Thurrock last season scoring a total of five goals, three on his debut against Weston- S-Mare.
Lee has played a lot of non league football in and around this part of the country after starting his career as a youngster at West Ham United in 1996.
Most people in this area will remember Lee when he played in the Canvey Island team between 2001 – 2006 playing 178 games and scoring 148 goals.
Thurrock are preparing for a season in the Ryman Premier League after finishing third from bottom in the Blue Square Bet South league.
Club Chairman Tommy South said: “We are still awaiting confirmation of the league in which we will play next season due our relegation, there two AGM’s in the next three weeks one for the Conference and one for the Ryman, we will be attending both and hopefully by then we will know our fate”.
Team Manager Robbie Garvey said “Lee Boylan’s decision to stay is a tremendous boost to the club. It proves that quality players do want to play for us and shows his commitment to Thurrock FC regardless of which league we will be playing in next season.
“We believe we will be playing Ryman Prem next season and our aim is to bounce straight back into the Blue Square League. The management team has been restructured mainly due to personal reasons but all four of us were deeply sorry that we were unable to avoid the third relegation place last season but we are a stronger unit going forward and all four of us have committed ourselves to Thurrock football club for the coming season.